About Me: Female, United Kingdom, member since Dec 2010
You can follow my follow my blog for my random ramblings on my life- carly1306.blogspot.com
I am lucky enough to with my best friend and the man I'm going to spend the re
[More]st of my life with. He's wonderful, and everything I could want in my life. I've had a chemical pregnancy in June 2011 and suffered a devastating missed miscarriage in early 2013. This caused me to develop depression, and caused a big strain on our relationship. We have put on hold having a baby for a few years to properly heal and enjoy more time just the two of us.
I applaud you for still having a good time, no use in wallowing in self pity 24/7 I'm glad you're still enjoying the bright side. My DH is about to snap in his job so we are eboth unhappy but am grateful to at least have work! Can't imagine how daunting it is to worry about not.having a job. Summer is almost here! Think about.sun sea and sand, you going abroad or staying close to home this year? :)
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